Empower & Inform Children About The Environment With Classic Children’s Books


I have to admit, as much as I love sand and sun, I get a little bored on destination vacations. I like to get out and explore beyond the beach and immerse myself in the culture of wherever I happen to be, and when I am at a resort I tend to find this a bit more challenging. After my trip to South Carolina, I shared my thoughts on taking small children (under 4) on vacation – do what you want (within reason) because they don’t have the same expectations. They can have fun pretty much anywhere!

I was so excited however, to learn of a company called Greenloons. They are travel company focused on Family Eco Vacations worldwide. You can find exactly what you are looking for with the help of the search engine which helps you narrow down your dream Eco Vacation. Options include Yoga, Rainforest, Jungle, Surfing, and the list goes on.

As if providing families with a variety of Eco Vacations weren’t enough, Greenloon has recently provided a resource list of travel books focused on environment issues for every age group. From The Curious Garden by Peter Brown for 0-2-year-olds, to the classic Dr. Seuss book The Lorax, each book aims to help children become informed and empowered.

You can view the complete list here on Greenloon’s website and learn more about the services they offer.

Heidi Oran

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  1. karlie

    November 14, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    I love family destination vacations with the kids too! It’s such a shame that not everyone in the family can come all the time but I just make sure to upload pictures of the baby and the kids on a website called http://www.babypics.com so they can still feel like they’re part of it :)

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